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Scientix 8th SPNE Brussels 16 October 2015: Learning math and languages through research and cooperation - MatLan

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Presentation of the project "Learning math and languages through research and cooperation - MatLan"- Romania, held during the 8th Science Projects' Networking Event, Brussels, 16 October 2015

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Scientix 8th SPNE Brussels 16 October 2015: Learning math and languages through research and cooperation - MatLan

  1. 1. Learning math and languages through research and cooperation - MatLan Ariana-Stanca Vacaretu Colegiul National Emil Racovita Cluj-Napoca, Romania Scientix Projects’ Networking Event, Brussels, 16 October 2015
  2. 2. Learning math and languages through research and cooperation – MatLan Erasmus+ project supported by the European Commission •Project management, dissemination •Glossary (students & teachers) •Curriculum of the elective course: Doing math as researchers do it •Assessment of students competences developed within the MeJ workshops Math research workshops for students/ MeJ Exchanges (ideas, methods, results) Sharing math research findings (Congresses, articles) Learning Activities (students exchanges)
  3. 3. MatLan project – 2 interconnected dimensions Students – Math research  Registration  Forming groups & choosing research topics  Weekly meetings (professional researcher)& monthly video conferences  Oral presentations (forums, congress)  Written presentation (research article) Teachers – assessment/ curriculum  Identify competences developed through the MeJ workshops  Develop assessment tools and identify assessment methods  Pilot the assessment tools (action research approach) & revise assessment tools  Elaborate the curriculum for the optional course on math research
  4. 4. Evaluation within the MatLan project  Outputs and activities indicators: qualitative and quantitative indicators; they were discussed and agreed during the elaboration of the proposal;  M&E strategy – elaborated at the beginning of the project:  Students’ involvement in the M&E process;  Stakeholders involvement for the (external) evaluation of the project results: the students' oral presentations on the results and/ or process of their math researches, the students' written presentation on the results of their math researches, the intellectual outputs of the project. Activity Indicators Level of attainment Evidence to collect and sources for documenting the M&E When Method/ strategy/ tool Person in charge
  5. 5. An example (1) Activity Indicators Level of attainment Evidence to collect and sources for documenting the M&E When Method/ strategy/ tool Person in charge A2 – math research workshop (MeJ) - number of high-school students involved in the math research workshop (MeJ workshop) during 2014 - 2015; 72 - students’ lists 2014 – 2015 May 2015 A2 report X, Y – coordinators of the MeJ workshops
  6. 6. An example (2) Activity Indicators Level of attainment Evidence to collect and sources for documenting the M&E When Method/ strategy/ tool Person in charge A2 – math research workshop (MeJ) - quality of the students' articles on the results of the research; 4 – on a scale from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) All articles accepted for online publication - students’ research articles; - Researchers’ feedback Sept. 2015 Check-list – evaluation of the students’ articles X, Y, Z - Professional researchers from BBU Cluj- Napoca, Université de Fribourg, INRIA- Sophia Antipolis
  7. 7. An example (3) Activity Indicators Level of attainment Evidence to collect and sources for documenting the M&E When Method/ strategy/ tool Person in charge A2 – math research workshop (MeJ) - Level of the students’ competences developed within the MeJ; Facilitators’ logbooks Reporting sheets/ student/ assessed competence June 2016 Observation, analysis of the information and reflections in the students’ logbooks; Self- assessment External evaluation (public) X, Y, Z, T … - MeJ facilitators, MeJ coordinators
  8. 8. French and Romanian students, teachers and professional researchers at the University of Avignon MeJ Avignon Congress – March 2015 MatLan project webpage: http://matlanproject.weebly.com/

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